National Jeweler Network

Independents

10/21/14

Supplier News: Midas Chain goes mini

Midas Chain has launched its new East2West Mini Collection, which includes miniature versions of the manufacturer’s most popular styles.

10/21/14

How jewelers can use social media safely

With careful consideration about the information shared in posts, jewelers can utilize social media channels effectively without making their store a target for criminals. 

10/20/14

Global seminar on appraisals to take place Tuesday

On Tuesday, the GIA Alumni Association Minnesota/Twin Cities Chapter is scheduled to hold a seminar both online and off on the profits and pitfalls of professional jewelry appraising.
 

10/20/14

What are the priciest places to live in the US?

Wealth in this country remains concentrated on the coasts, the Forbes 2014 list of America’s most expensive ZIP codes shows. 

10/20/14

What you might have missed

The most popular story on the website last week was a roundup of the fall’s most outstanding jewelry exhibitions. 

10/17/14

Jewelers Mutual to host social media safety webinar

Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company is hosting a free webinar later this month to teach jewelers how to use social media to their advantage without jeopardizing their business. 

10/17/14

This holiday, NRF expects a more giving consumer

Shoppers are projected to spend more on others, less on themselves and pay the economy little mind this holiday season, the latest National Retail Federation survey shows.  

10/17/14

5 questions with: independent jeweler Brad Kodak

Brad Kodak of W. Kodak Jewelers discusses the biggest challenge facing independents today, margins, and marketing what type of lab reports the store uses.  

10/17/14

Former jeweler charged with embezzlement, theft

A man who once owned a jewelry store in the upscale San Diego suburb of La Jolla was charged and arraigned this week on 14 felony counts after police found 47 pieces of jewelry at his house that had been reported stolen by customers, the San Diego District Attorney’s Office said.